meet outstanding managers, entrepreneurs and executives
In the lecture Innovative Entrepreneurs you will meet outstanding managers, entrepreneurs and executives from a wide range of industry sectors. Learn how to think outside the box. Complement theory by insights into practice. Do you want to learn from inspiring role models? Then this lecture for you!
understand more about entrepreneurship in the context of management and economics
take a look behind the scenes of established businesses, and startups in their capacity as potential employers
informal get-together of speakers and students at the Speakers' Dinner for inspirational conversation
Most Important Aspects
attendance is free of charge for students and academics, this lecture is held in English
Thursdays, 5.30 to 7.00 p.m., Arcisstr. 21,
room 2750, TUMonline WI000285
Thursday, 5.30 to 7.00 p.m. on July 23, 2020
the awarding of ECTS varies,
please check with your study advisor
"The speakers come from various backgrounds and provide many insights into technological areas that I haven't encountered before."
ROBERT D., GAMES ENGINEERING
The guest speakers will provide an insight into their work and give you a basic understanding of how to found and manage technology-based and growth-oriented businesses.
While it will be all about starting a business in the summer semester, the focus in the winter semester will be on managing and leading large and medium-sized companies.
/ Munich Ecosystem and UnternehmerTUM
Prof. Dr. Helmut Schönenberger, Vice President Entrepreneurship, TUM, Co-Founder and CEO, UnternehmerTUM
/ A Business Model in Transition...or How Being Agile Saved our Company
Catharina van Delden, Co-Founder & CEO, innosabi
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Leading promising startups to success, inspiring people for innovation and entrepreneurship – that is the passion of Prof. Dr. Helmut Schönenberger, Vice President Entrepreneurship, Technische Universität München, Co-Founder and CEO of UnternehmerTUM. As an aerospace engineer and investor, he pursues the goal of supporting scalable high-tech startups, founders, and scientists from the initial idea to the successful product. He is particularly focused on additive manufacturing / 3D printing and Smart City solutions.
Dominik is Head of Entrepreneurship & Tech Education at UnternehmerTUM. He is responsible for the entrepreneurial and technology-oriented teaching activities for students. This includes curricular courses (techTALENTS) and personal development programs (Manage&More) at TUM and beyond. Focal fields are personality development, design thinking, technology development, and business modeling. Dominik and his team put emphasis on developing new methods in teaching and delivering prototypes in a flipped classroom setting. He received a diploma in business administration and a PhD in information systems from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU).
Christine Schuster organizes the lecture series Innovative Entrepreneurs and is responsible for the marketing of techTALENTS formats. She studied American Culture and Literature and economics. Before joining the techTALENTS team, she worked for the Executive MBA in Innovation and Business Creation at UnternehmerTUM.